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Grey (2009) argues that the differences between scientific management and human relations are ‘tactical’ in that both are attempting to achieve the same ends. Compare and contrast these two schools of management thought highlighting similarities and differences.

 

 

  1. The management of organizational culture is central to contemporary management ideas and practices. Critically evaluate both the assumptions and methods put forward by various writers to manage organizational culture.

 

 

 

  1. Teams are seen as a necessary condition in contemporary organisations, but are they effective? Illustrate your answer with relevant examples.

Grey (2009) argues that the differences between scientific

 

  1. a) What is meant by ‘meaning at work’? (40 marks)
  2. b) Is it the responsibility of the organisation to provide employees with meaning at work? (60 marks)

 

 

  1. According to du Gay (2000) bureaucracy is generally portrayed in negative terms but has a number of strengths that are overlooked by many. Critically evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of bureaucracy as an organisational form.

 

 

 

  1. What is meant by group dynamics and why should practicing managers have an understanding of this concept?

 

 

  1. Outline and explain the key factors that led to the emergence of HRM in the UK from the 1980s onwards.

Grey (2009) argues that the differences between scientific

 

  1. a) Outline and explain the concept of organizational culture.
  2. b) Why is an understanding of the concept of culture important for both managers and employees in an international context? Illustrate your answer with relevant examples.
    1. Teams are seen as a necessary condition in contemporary organisations, but are they effective? Illustrate your answer with relevant examples.

    Grey (2009) argues that the differences between scientific

     

    1. a) What is meant by ‘meaning at work’? (40 marks)
    2. b) Is it the responsibility of the organisation to provide employees with meaning at work? (60 marks)

     

     

    1. According to du Gay (2000) bureaucracy is generally portrayed in negative terms but has a number of strengths that are overlooked by many. Critically evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of bureaucracy as an organisational form.

     

     

     

    1. What is meant by group dynamics and why should practicing managers have an understanding of this concept?

     

     

    1. Outline and explain the key factors that led to the emergence of HRM in the UK from the 1980s onwards.

    Grey (2009) argues that the differences between scientific

     

    1. a) Outline and explain the concept of organizational culture.
    2. b) Why is an understanding of the concept of culture important for both managers and employees in an international context? Illustrate your answer with relevant examples.